Beaten at the hands of peers he knows judgment. The domino effect of one person's crime going unpunished never heals.
He's no saint.
Mitchell "Trapper" Gates fears nothing. He begs for death and relishes life on the edge.
He's also not afraid to call himself a sinner.
Trapper knows what it is to be violated and what it feels like to deliver a death blow. He knows love and he knows pain.
However, one person knows his every secret.
When Avery has waited long enough, can Trapper see beyond their past and into their future? Or is he too late?
Love, hate, anger, and passion collide as the time comes and the devil demands his due.
Each book in the Devil's Due MC is a stand-alone, full length, second chance romance. Contains adult content, language, and violence not suitable for readers under the age of 18. This is not an exact depiction of life in a motorcycle club, but rather a work of fiction meant to entertain. (Paperback page count is 306 in a 5x8 sizing)
Series Reading Order:
Serving My Soldier (Bonus Short Story)
Crossover (Devil's Due MC and Vipers Creed MC Prequel) written with Ryan Michele
In The Red
Below The Line
Close The Tab
Day of Reckoning
Paid In Full
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Who says you can’t come home again? Mitchell “a.k.a.“ Trapper, has had one heck of a life. Not being loved by his mother and not having any other family around, he had to stand on his own. He had to find out what type of man he wanted to be at a very young age. This is where Avery steps in. Mitchell never had anyone care for him, until Avery. Avery showed him kindness, compassion and love, like he never knew. They grew together and they grew up together. One fateful night, Mitchell found out that he was not wanted in his town. In order to protect the man that he loved, he left and didn't look back. Years later, Avery finds out that Mitchell has been there for him all along. When he thought he was not part of his life, he in fact, had always been. Maybe not in the flesh, but he was there. We find out why Mitchell goes by the name Trapper. We also find out just how strong a brothers bond is. Just because you are in an MC, does not mean that you are not looked at as equal or loved any less. In fact, individuality makes them love you that much more. This book is incredible! I dare say that it is my favorite of the series. From page one, I was hooked. The way that Chelsea wrote this book… Past and present alike, you were kept up to speed and never felt lost. My recommendation is to read the entire series, however, if you only pick up one book… Bottom Line should be it. Very highly recommended!
What can I say about Bottom Line that won't give away the entire book... Not a whole lot. But one thing I know for sure is this book was WELL WORTH THE WAIT!! I've been wanting Trappers story since the little snippet Miss Camaron gave us in book one of the Devil's Due series. Am I sad to say goodbye to these characters? Heck yeah... But the shock that Chelsea Camaron gives you while reading it... WOW... She couldn't have ended this series any better than she did in Bottom Line! I literally had to pick my jaw up off the floor. You will never see it coming... but what could it be? Well, you will just have to read the book and find out.
I have enjoyed every book so far in the Devil’s Due MC series, but this is the one we’ve all been waiting for. Trapper... what happened to him to make him seem to hope for death? Who is Avery and what does Avery mean to Trapper? Will Trapper ever “go home” like Avery requests every time he calls? We get the answers to all these questions and in a more in-depth way than we seemed to get with the previous books; we did after all get a sneak at Trapper’s world at the end of every book before his. I’m saying nothing about plot as I just know I will slip up and give away a spoiler, so I’m just going to say that as much I enjoyed the other books, this one is my favourite and I think Chelsea Camaron did a great job in wrapping everything up and giving Trapper the ending I think we all wanted. 5 stars for Bottom Line.